(Photo: Facebook/She's a Homewrecker)
A new website that publicly shames and rebukes women who have affairs with married men, and boyfriends of women in committed relationships, is fast becoming popular among women trying to ward off potential threats to their homes or those whose relationships have already succumbed to the damage of infidelity.
The website, launched only last year and aptly called, "She's A Home Wrecker" encourages women dealing with unfaithful partners to expose the women they are cheating with.
"They say if you can't beat them join them, but we say if you can't beat them, EXPOSE them! Shesahomewrecker.com is exposing everyone from the Hollywood Homewrecker to the average white picket fence destroying women who just can't seem to let go of your husbands and boyfriends!" proclaims the website.
A section on the website called "Homewreckers" lists scores of women from across the United States who have been branded home wreckers by angry wives and girlfriends.
"She's big into talking about how God plays such a huge role in her life and how much she misses her dad but the sad truth is that with all the nasty sneaky crap she does, I don't think her dad or God would be too proud of her," reads a portion of the profile describing an alleged home wrecker.
So far, the state with the highest number of reported home wreckers on the website is Texas, with 167 cases, while Vermont has only one case publicized on the website.
While the stories on the website rebukes and shames the "other women" they also reveal the powerful and damaging effects of infidelity on relationships.
One heartbroken wife wrote about her husband who committed suicide after he confessed to having an affair and she told him she didn't know if she could ever forgive him.
"My husband committed suicide on October 11th at 12:47pm. It took two hours for a family member to find him. He had stuck the gun in his mouth and had a phone lying next to him, the last phone call was to me. My life has changed, will never be the same. I miss him, I love him," she wrote. "Please don't take your loved ones for granted. Find forgiveness. Love them with every moment you get with them. I wish I had done that."
The Facebook page for the website has been liked more than 240,000 times and on Thursday morning statistics on the page showed that more than 600,000 people were talking about it.
As the website's popularity grows the people behind it are getting ready to launch a spinoff of the website called Hesahomewrecker.com.
"Now taking submissions for the cheating MAN that broke your heart!!! Hesahomewrecker.com will be launching in a few days!! Get your story in now!!!" said an announcement on the website.
The Christian Post reached out to for comment but did not received a response at the time of this publication.